Found this one on Google(As PD). From IMDB: A rebellious punk of the beat generation, who spends his days as an amateur dirt track driver in-between partying and troublemaking. He eventually kidnaps his buddy's girlfriend, kills a few police officers and finally sees his own life end in tregedy. ( 1 reviews ) Topic: Jack Nicholson
From IMDB: Based on Kubrick's pictorial for Look Magazine (January 18, 1949) entitled "Prizefighter," "Day Of The Fight" tells of a day in the life of a middleweight Irish boxer named Walter Cartier, particularly the day of his bout with black middleweight Bobby James. This 16-minute short opens with a short (about 4 minutes) study of boxing's history, narrated by veteran newscaster Douglas Edwards in a no-nonsense, noir tone of voice. After this, we follow Walter (and his... ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Stanley Kubrick, Short, Documentary, Sport, Boxing
A Mr. Wizard film. Introduces the viewer to three types of radiation; Alpha, Beta, Gamma. Shows operation of vintage geiger counters. Scintillation counter coupled with multi-channel analyzer (Huge Tube Unit, 1960's?). Shows in-depth theory of gamma energy measurement. Explanation of background radiation. ( 4 reviews ) Topics: atomic, radiation, uranium, nuclear, reactor, geiger, scintillator, mr. wizard, science,...
In 1937, actual airplane pilot Dick Merrill become famous for being the first pilot to make a commercial transatlantic roundtrip flight. Momogram Pictures, capitalizing on Merrill's celebrity status, quickly created the fictional film ATLANTIC FLIGHT where Merrill plays himself as a pilot crossing the Atlantic with a medical serum that can save his friend's life. The film used real footage from Merrill's own stormy Atlantic crossing. ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Action, Drama, Romance
An episode of the 1950's Television program "Winky Dink and You". Innovative, original, creative and unique. Praised by Microsoft mogul Bill Gates as "the first interactive TV show". That said, without it's original context, it's little more than a historic curiousity, and some viewers may find it very difficult to watch. ( 7 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, Television, 50s, 50's, 1950s, 1950's, Fifties, Pop Culture, Innovative, Unique, Creative